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    Installing Programs to Micro SD?

    Is it possible to install and run programs to micro SD? I'm constantly running into the issue of "not enough drive space" even tho I have plenty of space on micro SD just waiting to be utilized. I'm using the T100 TAF, 32gb, with around 5gb of drive space free at any time, which is just not enough. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Short answer, no. You can't install programs to removable media unless they were designed to be portable apps. There is a site specifically for those that will.

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    For a slightly longer answer involving various work around techniques, visit the relevant threads in the T100FAQs section, linked from my signature, below.

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    Depends on the installer whether it is allowing you to change the install path/folder or not. If the option is there then yes else no.

    Example:

    The MS Office Home Student version came with T100 does not have that option. Therefore, you cannot install to microSD.

    I had installed MS-Office 2007 Pro to microSD but still there will be some office components installed to Drive C. WinRAR, Winzip also allowed you to change install path.

    Normally, I will try to install program to Drive D (microSD).
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